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McRae Challenge at Knockhill.
 
Coltness Car club is pleased to announce that Knockhill racing circuit has invited them organize an invitational 10 stage single venue rally on 16th & 17th May 2015. Information is limited at the minute however the 45 entrants will endure 35 stage miles around the Dumfermiline Circuit. Look at the tab above for more information
 
2015 Membership now Due.
 
The 2015 membership fees are now due please contact Alex Lindsay for your membership pack. Club Membership forms Can be downloaded here
 
Club nights updates.
 
This weeks car club meeting will be a social get together. Its at our usual place, Dalserf Bowling Club, Ashgill. . We are meeting at Dalserf Bowling club in Ashgill. Fun starts sharp around 730. Members and non members will be made most welcome. Also in the next few months we will be organizing a celebrity forum, Table top rally and even a 12 car rally. Come along and join the action.
"One of Scotlands Most Friendly Car Club!"

Each year we coordinate and run a successful Autotest championship runnng on tarmac, grass and gravel, The Colin McRae Forest Stages and we regularly meet for club social nights fortnightly.
The social nights meet every 2nd monday in Dalserf bowling club, Ashgill. During which we arrange various different activities like motorsport quizzes, tabletop rallies, car treasure hunts and driver forums. Members and non members will be made most welcome.
Why not come and meet all the Coltness characters and listen to the stories of Rallying old and new.  You will me made very welcome. Click HERE for directions.

"RSAC Motorsport New Talent Scholarship Award To Young Coltness Member"

RSAC Motorsport Ltd is pleased to announce that Libberton rally driver, Andy Struthers (17) has been awarded its 2015 New Talent Scholarship.

The Curtis Bros Fitness Studio backed driver has been competing for three years in the Junior 1000 Rally Championship.

“I love driving, the J1000 Championship was my first experience of competitive rallying and the Ecosse Challenge will be the next stage in what I hope will be a long journey.” Andy commented.

Andy will now step up to competing in the Scottish Rally Championship with the help of Andrew Pemberton, who will be supplying the young driver with his own Citroen C2 for the first round of the championship which kicks off on the 21st March in Jedburgh. Andy said, “I am overwhelmed to have been chosen for the scholarship and I cannot thank Andrew enough for letting me borrow his car.”

This will be the first year the Citroen C2 class has been introduced to the championship. The reason for this is to allow the Junior 1000 drivers to have something to step up to after competing in single venues until they are 17 years old. At an open night at the weekend Andy got a chance to speak to the committee, he said, “Already from my first meeting with the committee at the C2 open evening I am aware of how much I am going to benefit from the vast wealth of experience that is surrounding me.”

RSAC Member and chair of the Scholarship Selection Committee Garry Headridge added, “We are pleased to offer Andy the RSAC Scholarship. I have seen him develop in the Brick & Steel Junior 1000 Championship and look forward to working with him as he makes the move into the ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship. We wish him, and Pete Weall, the best of luck for the Border Counties Rally on 21 March'”

Rallying runs in the Struthers family, Andy’s father Drew competed in the Scottish Rally Championship and will be able to share his experience with the talented driver as he enters the next stage in the sport.

Andy will compete throughout the year aiming to achieve top points for the teenage category within the C2 Championship.

We will be following Andy throughout the year and reporting on his season.

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